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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. 3IAY 1C, 1913.
Daily United States Weather lap
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EXPLANATORY NOTF! U jOZ ""fj.oi V f J.JvsA
r1lmilir.D. Air prwur rMured to n l.e'. - r r"2- V 'iTrnt'rl
iMtat.a, (cor.t!oii.u l'nom ihrnuch po'nt N lja't"-'V0 V
:i priur. Ihothkrv :dntid l:nit -, V O Pave noorT.Za 1
onforrtri,lDg.w.1D110. V CVSOJ M y IL,i9 13.
0io: Q mow: (g) report mlsslin. vj J
Arrows flr wlta thi wind. First Diraros. lowost
tmprmttir rt 12 hours: nrf,n(l. prorlptutloo i
, fit .Oi Inch or mow for put 24 bnurs; tfilrd. mxi
mum wind tcIocjCt.
Besolution for Ouster Proceed
ings Referred to Committee'
at Springfield Meet.
Tuesday for the purpose cl
out plans for the gathering.
PERFECT FIGHTING PLAN
SCENIC HIGHWAY MEN
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
The meeting of the Mississippi
Scenic Highway association was held
this afternoon at the Rock Island club.
The automobile parade which was to
have been a feature of the meeting
Each State to Hold a Membership in
National Federation, a New
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. OAPENPORT. MOUNE. AND VICINITY.
Unsettled weather, with probably showers tonight or Saturday. Warmer tonight, cooler
Saturday with moderate winds.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. I OBSERVATIONS.
The barometers nre below the nor- High. Low,
mal from the Rocky mountain plateau i Atlantic City 60
to the Allefchanies, with the greatest J Boston 64
barometric depression" over northern ; Iluffalo 58
Nebraska and southern Ontario. Show-1 Rock Island 70
era have occurred In southern ('ana- j I'enver 66
da. the extreme northern portions of : Jacksonville 86
the United States and In the Ohio Kansas City 6S
and lowpd Mississip-.il valleys and the New Orleans 86
Atlantic sertlons. Tli air pressure i New York 60
is hiKher.t. thoutrh not decidedly above Norfolk 72
the normal, on the north Pacific and
south Atlantic coasts. The eastward!
movemf-nt of the 's'crn low ard the i
north Pacific hieh will be attended !
by unsettled weather in this vicinity,
with probably showers tonicht or Sat-
urday. It will be warmer tonight ani !
cooler by Saturday afternoon.
St. Louis SO
1 St. Paul 50
j San IMcso 66
San Francisco .... 60
I Washington, D. C. . 76
I Winnipeg CO
Flood. Height. Chng,
.OS St. Paul 14
.00 ; Red Wing 14
.00 Reed's Landing ... 12
: La Crosse 12
' Prairie du Chien . IS
; Dubuque 18
! Le Claire 10
Rock Island 15
.00 ! Le Claire 10 4.1
.00 Rock Island 15 6.4
.00 I RiVER FORECAST.
.00 1 Only slight changes in the Jlissis
.02 ! sippi will occur from below Dubuque
.00 i to Muscatine.
.00 1 J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Springfield. 111., May 16. Plans for
th-e organization of insurgent Modern
Woodmen of America were perfected
when today's convention adopted the
recommendation that one member
from each state tie elected to member
ship of the "National Woodmen of
America Federation,'' with national of
ficers. The convention also adopted a
resolution demanding the removal of
the present head officers.
A resolution for ouster proceedings
was referred to a committee.
E. S. Smith, an attrrney of Spring
field, 11L, was chosen permanent chair
man. John L. Sundean, an attorney
or Minneapolis. Minn., who was ex
pected to disrupt the meeting, declin
ed the position as permanent chair
man, following his nomination by M.
S Winthrop. an attorney of Minneapo
lis and member of the Minneapolis
Following the refusal of Charles W.
Lyon of Des Moines, Iowa, to accept
the position of permanent secretary
of the convention, Harry F. Hooper,
of Tecumseh, Okla., was elected to
that position by a vote of 406 to 215
for J. I. Unison of Terre Haute, Ind.
Following are the members of the
committee on resolutions: Dr. N. D.
Arrold, Fort Collins, Col.; Judge J. M.
Cleary. Galena. 111.: James D. Field,
Elwood, Ind.; J. D. Dennison, Du
buque, Iowa; J. F. ' Peters. Oberlin,
Kan.; H. W. Libbie, Winona, Minn.;
J Howard, Columbus, Neb.; Thomas Rus
j sell, Youngstown, Ohio, and W. P.
PETITION AGAINST THE
The residents in the east end of the
city have started to petition the city
commission to stop the erection of the ;
buildings which are. to constitute the
city's tuberculosis sanitarium which
it is planned to locate in the vicinity'
of Forty-first street and Tenth avenue.
The property owners claim that unleFS i
their petition Is recognized by the com- J
mission they will go to the circuit court
for an injunction.
Senator Landee returned to hia
home in Moline today and reported
that his fish hatchery measure had
been .-eported out of committee. The
bill provides for an appropriation of ;
$12,000 for a fish hatchery in Rock '
Today's Market Quotations
( Fy Atntrl I'rrsLv
Chiragn. 11.. May 16. Cattlo l"0'i:
sIoa- end fak. Calves .Z'ora 9 hi ;
Jloss lS.tmo; ftPRdy to shade hiRh-
' r ihn j epfrrtay'ji average. Light
.:ff.S.r.2; m:el heavy
S.'""?j s 37; bulk ..V: yen.
Shenp C.uMi; sieady; 5.!uQ G.sn.
Perch 4c to 7c
Black bass 11c to 17c
.Halibut, fresh 10c
Pickerel, lb Sc
i Trout, lb 12c
American Tel. & Tel J Catfish, lb 15c
A'ohison 99 Halibut, lb 10c
. l"ln Flour, Feed and FXiel
m. ra'.:i l'Hji-
Magill Is Chairmen.
The Red Men will hold their state
convention at Danville Ju'.y 7. L. M.
Magill, Moline. former state's attor
ney, was notified today he is to have
charge of the arrangements, being
named as chairman of the commi'tee.
A meeting will be held at Jacksonville
Will Make America a Baldheaded
Nation if Not Checked.
M. Pasteur, the great French Physi
cian of Paris, once said: "I believe we
shall one day rid the world of ail dis
eases caused by germs."
Dandruff is caused by germs, a fact
accepted by all physicians.
Dandruff is the root of al". hair evils.
If it were not for the little destructive
germs working with a persistency
worthy of a better cause, there would i
be no baldness. !
Parisian Sage will kill the dandruff
germs and remove dandruff iu two
weeks or money back.
Thomas Drug company guarantees
it. It will stop itching scalp, falling
hair and make the hair grow thick
It puts life and lustre into the hair
and prevents it from turning gray.
It is the hair dressing 'par excel
lence, daintily perfumed and free from
grease and stickiness. It is the favor
ite with women or tast9 and culture
who know the social value of fascinat
A large bottle costs only 5 cents at
leading druggists everywhere, and by
The Thomas Drug company. The
girl with the Auburn hair is on every
Tailoring and Ham
ilton service at Ham
ilton famous low
prices are without
who are particular
about what you wear
will find in Hamilton made-to-measure garments just
what you want. See us today.
FIT GUARANTEED. FABRICS ARE ALL-WOOL
" ' " WORKMANSHIP HIGH CLASS
ALL-WOOL SUITS TO MEASUEE
$15 $18 $20
1812 Second Ave. Rock Island, 111.
M. J. SLATTERY, Mgr.
Il'.'iiois f'pn'r.il 111
international Harvester 1":J j ?nw' b?'e 4045c
New Yerk Pent -at .. r.qv, ! Hay, prairie, bale 5060e
Northern T'ccif!c 1144 '
Pe.nns Ivania HON !
i People s Gas
Call from shippers, put frmness Into ! Rock Island common IS'-b
thf hog market. Eastern buyers more 1 Rock Island preferred S2'4
farlor than for some time. . !l"nion Pacific 14Si
Offering of ea'tV hardly enough to" ' V. S. s:efi common
mak ir wrrth while for dealers to get U. S. Steel preferred 100
into the alle.is. Hov. ever, trad" as
in no condition to stand supplies. LCCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Only th fact 'hat arrivals were i May 13. Following are the whole-1
ne in sneep ana
Hay, prairie, ton $18 j
Bran, ton $23.00 1
I Ear Corn, bushel 60965c j
jOoats, load, bushel SSc j
'Corn chop, cwt $1.35 '
j Shorts, ton $24.00 I
I Shorts, cwt $1.25
j Wheat, bushel S5c
j Corn, bushel 55c
! Coal, lump, per ton $3.504.00
small prevented dec!
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No 2 red. l.".ifj 1.06 ; No.
3 red. P.'iGl."!; No. 2 hard, 91S92;
No. 3 hard, 8!tiPl.
Corn No. 2, iC' '.6' : No 2 white,
BSH-geO; No. 2 yellow, 56ffJo7; No.
: sale quotations on the local market
i Butter, Ea3S and Cheese.
' Eges, fresh, Uoz . .
! Hutter, dairy, lb . .
; Hutter, creamery, lb
3. &5g;6,: No. 3 whlt. 593:9'
Potatoes, bushe' 40S5c
Pnrslev h.inrh .3 1-3c
No. 3 yHlow. 5fi' 56' j . ! Tomatoes, green house, lb 20c
Oats No. 2 white, 39: No. 3 hite, j 0nlons, bunch 2c
37HS38'.4; ucdard. 3SS39. Ii auliflower. head 15fi20c
Cucumbers, each 15c, 10c, 5c
July wheat oprned 8SS?S'i; closed
Com opened SoSff 55Ti ; closed 56.
Oats opened ."5 'a 36; closed 3GV
Tork 19 42-519.45.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, May 16. Following are
the quotations on the New York stock
American Sugar Refining 103
Lettuce, lb 12c
(Lettuce, head, lb 25c
i New potatoes, Florida, bbl. ...$6.75
New Cabbage. Louisiana, lb 4c !
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Old cocks 8c
STEAMER ST. PAUL LEAVES
ON EXCURSION TONIGHT
The steamer St. Paul arrived in
i Rock Island this morning from Clin
; ton where it took out an excursion
last night. The Boilermakers union
j will give a moonlight excursion this
; evening on the St. Paul. The steamer
! will leave the local port at S:15
j At 8 o'clock tomorrow evening the
i steamer Morning Star will leave Rock
1 Island for the Keokuk dam, taking an
! excursion to the Gate City.
Licensed to Wed.
Henry E. Biggs Watertown
Mrs. Lyda Beauchamp ... Rock Island
6c, 4c Jonn c- Bradley Muscatine
.urs. jennie r. rayne .... kock island
Peace Delegates at Chicago.
Chicago, May 16. Peace delegates
touring the country in the interest of
the centennial celebration of peace of
the English speaking peoples partic-
i ipated in a meeting at Chicago univers-1
-jity today. Plans for the 1915 celebra- j
tion were discussed. I
Decide NOW on
For Your Summer Vacation
Anybody who can afford ANY vaca
tion, can easiest afford a wcrth-while
outing in the COLORADO ROCKIES.
BCCaUSe De expense of your Journey there Is slight
VERY LOW FARES IN EFFECT AFTER
JUNE 1 FROM ALL. POINTS. You cn pecure excellent
boarding house accommodations in Colorado for as little
or as much as you pay at home.
Take your camera, fishing rods, tennis, racquets, golf
clubs to this miie-a bo ve-t he-sea pla viand AND JUST
REST AND HAVE A LOT OF FUN."
The only right way to 6tart a Colorado vacation Is on
the de luxe
Rocky Mountain Limited
only one night out
cia Eock Island Lines
Tou sleep in sumptuous Pullmans, while away the day
light hours in the luxury of a Buffet-Library -Observation
car and reach this sparkling wonderland rested and happy.
Let me give you our illustrated books
01 Colorado and help you plan your
F. H. PLUMMER,
HAL S. RAY. Asst. Gen. Pasa. Agt,
Des Moire:, lewa.
Bids w ill be received at the mayor's :
office, city of Rock Island, until 10 1
a m. May 31, for a combination auto
hose car and pump cot less than 750 j
gallon capacity a minute. Specifica-;
tions on file in the office of Commis
sion Hart. Bids will also be received
at the same time and place for one
combination auto patrol and ambu-1
lance. Bidders to furnish their own
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor. (Adr.)
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
j rheumatism in every muscle and
i joint; her suffering was terrible and
j her body and face were swollen al
! most beyond recognition; had been
' in bed for six weeks and had eight
J physicians, but received no benefit
I until she tried Dr. Detchon's Relief
J for Rheumatism. It gave immediate
i relief and she was able to walk in
! three days. I am sure it saved her
: life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
' ond avenue. Rock Island, and Gust
' Schlegel & Son, 220 Second street,
More and More
Are believing what I tell them the
increase of my business proves it:
"I say I save you $10 on
every Suit or Overcoat
I make for you."
I specialize on Made-to-order clothes
EUGENE FIELD SCHOOL
LEADING THIS WEEK
The Eugene Field school leads in the
school savings collection made May 16
by the State bank of Rock Island.
Audubon $ 4.34
Eugene Field 3
Horace Mann 18.51
Hawthorne 32.19 Argus
All the news all the time The
I guarantee to fit and satisfy you in
1S05 Second Ave.
507 15th St.
Friday, May 23
Eat on the Verandas
and Dance Every
Tuesday and Friday
DO NOT f! HFW
BAD BLOOD DOES
Indianapolis When the board of
i county commissioners fixed the num-
ber of inhabitants to a saloon at 1.000,
no saloon license can be granted unless
there are 1,000 inhabitants in the unit
:of division mere than those for "the
ealoccg already established, according
: to a decision of the supreme court.
A cold will usually aggravate the symptoms of Catarrh, Just as ittnay in
crease the pairs cf Rheumatism. But the cold has eo raore to do with the
real cause of the one thaa rith the other.- Bad blood is the underlying
cause for Catarrh; the circulation 13 infected with impurities which are de
TneitHl into the mucous membranes causinz inflammation and irritation,
followed by excessive secretion of the nose and throat, roaring sounds in;
the ears, neuralgia, inflamed eyes, etc. Being a deep-seated blood trouble, j
Catarrh must be treated constitutionally, for it is beyond the reach of local j
treatment. The blood must be purified the cause re-
T moved before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cures Ca-
U l tarrh by cleansing the blood of all impure catarrhal mat
a a s ter and at the same time building up the system by it3
C W Z fine tonic effects. Ia other words S. S. S. cures the trou- ;
b!e by supplying the mucous membranes with healthy, j
' BI Anil life-giving blood instead of saturating them with ca-j
.-. ' ' - tarrliai impurities, bpeciai DooiC op V-atarrn ana any
medical advice free to all who write and request same. S. S. S. i3 for sale
i at drug stcres. tot SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. CA.
A GREAT BLUE SERGE DAY
FOR YOUNG MEN -Saturday,
At the Only' Factory-to-You Store in Davenport
Save the Middleman's Profit of $5 to J8 Al WflyS
YOUNG MEN: This is your chance to Rt
one of these EXTRA FINE BLUE 8ERGE3.
The classy two-button sacks, PERFECT FIT
TING and designed Just for MANLY YOUNG
MEN. Every suit guaran'eed ALL WOOL
AND PURE INDIGO FAST DYED. They
can't be duplicated for lore than SIS. We sell
thrm at the WHOLESALE PRICE OF $10.00.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE . TAKE IT AND
save 15 to 3.
All wool pants at fr.ctory price, $2.
Hamilton & Levy Co.
Clothing manufacturing' for retail
OliR ONLY PRICE
Stores in all large cities.
321 Brady St
H. N. Falrchild.